Bynoe July 18

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Bynoe July 18

Post by theodosius » Sun Jul 29, 2018 6:21 pm

I went to Bynoe this morning. Water temp is good with this recent humidity and warm nights, 27. My first few usual spots were vacant except for a nice trev which I wrestled from the snags. We had a 30 min flurry of bites as the tide hit the perfect point, a few barra to 65 and 68cm came aboard. My decky brought cooked crabs for lunch and we enjoyed the leftovers after retrieving the boat. Bananas amd banana bread didn't seem to scare them off...
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Re: Bynoe July 18

Post by Lats » Mon Jul 30, 2018 8:19 am

Like throwing a sausage down a hallway

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Re: Bynoe July 18

Post by bigjohnbaz » Mon Jul 30, 2018 8:57 am

Hahaha very good.....I like it !!!

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Post by b-radical » Mon Jul 30, 2018 2:58 pm

theodosius wrote:I went to Bynoe this morning. Water temp is good with this recent humidity and warm nights, 27. My first few usual spots were vacant except for a nice trev which I wrestled from the snags. We had a 30 min flurry of bites as the tide hit the perfect point, a few barra to 65 and 68cm came aboard. My decky brought cooked crabs for lunch and we enjoyed the leftovers after retrieving the boat. Bananas amd banana bread didn't seem to scare them off...

haha dont believe that myth either hey
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Re: Bynoe July 18

Post by theodosius » Mon Jul 30, 2018 9:37 pm

Sight cast to a m+ queenie and scared a 100kg Groper off the flat too. Heaps of turtles out anf almost no sharks or rays

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